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Burning metallic taste in mouth, confusion on nausea or hunger, vomiting on eating, on periods due. What could it be?

I m so confused right now. I have a metallic, or a burning metallic taste like when you smell the oven when it s warm. It s in the back of my mouth and I can taste it. I don tave any idea what s wrong with me. I also can t tell the difference between being hungry or having nasuea, so I m afraid to eat anything because I m terrified of throwing up. My period is also supposed to start next week.
Asked On : Thu, 26 Apr 2012
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I can understand your worry but this is nothing to worry if you are suspicious for pregnancy then forget about this, it could be psychological condition that you have developed and this will go away soon just try to keep the stress level low particularly emotional stress, hope this information helps you have nice day.
Answered: Sun, 6 Apr 2014
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